Jul 28, 2010 5:00pm EDT
's, illinois, new jersey, hawaii, maryland and washington have approved their measures. look at that list again. isn't that strange? state senator eldridge says they want the popular vote to decide the presidency because presidential candidates ignore the wide group of the country. right. right. and without the electoral college i'm sure the candidates will spend all kinds of time in iowa. or georgia. or rhode island. we are no longer a republic if this happens. we officially have a democracy. and the physical bill has a necessary treat for the sec. reports provided to the sec or any other self regulatory organization will be excluded from the scope of freedom of information act. okay? i know it sounds bad but don't worry, the sec released this statement today to calm your fears. because of the significant rulemaking envisioned under the new regulatory, the significant rulemaking envisioned by the new regulatory law, the public can voice views before rules and amendments are proposed. well, see, all they are saying is, you know, all the other agencies are saying about issues. go ahead and do al
Jul 29, 2010 5:00pm EDT
it in massachusetts, illinois, new jersey, hawaii, maryland, washington. now the push for cap and trade, the electoral college they are fighting to do it there. cap and trade, they are fighting for that, still. but you wonder, if we even need it anymore because of financial regulation and health care. the epa has just changed things. the epa now says they will just do it. this is a power struggle and which direction is the power currently headed? is it headed for you? more power for the individual? or more power for washington? replaced with a new democracy. this is what you have to decide. all of the decisions by this administration, they just an unlucky mistake or is it a power struggle? are they trying to restore this? when you see this picture, what is it you think of? are they trying to restore the power of the victims. dad what went to work at night and mom who is struggling to keep it right at home, and going out and working and the kids getting a good education, the all american family. are we trying to restore the america that made sense? and i don't think it has made sense in over 100 years.
Jul 19, 2010 5:00pm EDT
giving too much heat. now maryland is getting $85 million in federal funds for the federally mandated high-risk insurance pool which covers abortions. there you go. we told you also haste first and foremost was redistribution of health. they said we were getting in the way of reform. that wasn't true. two days after the bill passed, the "new york times" headline read -- "healthcare attacks the health inquality." bring it up. he -- do you have it? "attacks wealth inequality." president obama then went on and appointed donald berwick to head medicare and medicaid. here he is. >> excellent healthcare is by definition redistributional. >> glenn: got it? they said no, no, no. obstructor of progress. president obama said the truth of healthcare reform is you would be able to keep your doctor, not once but several times. watch. >> here is the truth. if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. under the reform we seek, if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. if you like your doctor, you can keep seeing your doctor. a guarantee that i've made. if you have a doctor that you li